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Airline Pilot 260 Hours

Flyschool
Campus Full time 18 - 24 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

This course is oriented for people without any flight experience who wish to work in aviation as pilots in the short term. Candidates will be trained according with a program designed and supervised by Airline Captains and school flight instructors. Training programs between Spain (flight training) and Spain (time building) available. [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. This course is oriented for people without any flight experience who wish to work in aviation as pilots in the short term. Candidates will be trained according with a program designed and supervised by Airline Captains and school flight instructors. Training programs between Spain (flight training) and Spain (time building) available. All licenses required to act as commercial airline pilot are included within course, from (Commercial Pilot License) CPL to MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation Course) Duratiom: 18-24 months Starting date: inmediate Language: Spanish and English Flight time: 260 h. Included training material: headset, flight bag , plotter, CR3, kneeboard, pilot shirts, uniform trousers, tie, etc. Aircraft and Simulator fleet: Cessna 150, Piper PA28 Cherokee, Piper PA28 Arrow, Piper PA34 Séneca, Piper PA23 Aztec, and FNPTI y FNPTII MCC simutators (ver). Licenses and ratings included: PPL EASA license PPL FAA license Airline Transportation Pilot License (Theoretical ATPL) Multi-engine rating Night rating Instrumental Ratin (IR) Comercial Pilot License (CPL) Multi Crew Cooperation Course MCC [-]

Integrated ATPL

Flybyschool: Excellence in Flight Training
Campus Full time 12 months Open Enrollment Spain León

Airline Focused training from day 1. [+]

Key Characteristics: EASA license Small Class Sizes Airline Focused training from day 1 Integrated Ground and Flight Training Airline Fundamentals Training taught by highly experienced pilots All training completed in Spain Upset Recovery Training taught in aircraft and Jet Simulators Competency Based MCC Training delivered on FNTP II B737 Simulators Course Structure: ATPL Ground School: Months 1 - 8 Ground School is delivered by experienced pilots and/or subject experts on a 5 days a week, 5 hours per day. All training will be conducted in English. After the completion of the each module (4 months each), official exams at the Spanish Civil Aviation authority will be taken. Visual Flight Rating (VFR): Months 1 - 9 While Ground School continues, flight lessons progress with increasing demands; during this stage the first solo flight will be completed marking a milestone not only for the course but also for the cadet's path to become a commercial pilot. 145 flight hours will be completed both on FNTP I/II simulators and basic trainers. Instruments Flight Rating (IFR): Months 10 - 11 Flight training gets even more demanding; intensive IFR and cross-country training is conducted, both in dual and solo flights. 39 hours will be completed in this stage. Multi-Engine and Multi Crew Cooperation: Month 12 Once Ground School has been completed, final exams are conducted at EASA representatives,Multi Engine rating is conducted in faster and more complex airplanes. This phase also covers MCC competency based training on B737 or A320 Simulators. [-]

Flight Instructor (FI) Course

Barcelona Flight School
Campus Full time 9 weeks September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Flight Instructor (FI) Course is the first and easier way to add flight experience to your logbook before applying to an Airline. After having completed the required training, the Flight Instructor Rating will allow you to act as a Flight Instructor, teaching Groundschool and providing Flight training to other students. Taking a job of Flight Instructor at a Flight School is one of the best ways possible to... [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. The Flight Instructor (FI) Course is the first and easier way to add flight experience to your logbook before applying to an Airline. After having completed the required training, the Flight Instructor Rating will allow you to act as a Flight Instructor, teaching Groundschool and providing Flight training to other students. Taking a job of Flight Instructor at a Flight School is one of the best ways possible to build hours while training other pilots, and consolidate your flying skills in an entry job into aviation that will, at the same time, allow you to stay connected to the Airline Pilot job market. Barcelona Flight School is an authorized centre by the Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea under EASA Part-FCL with the ATO number E-ATO-037 to provide flight training, with over 60 years of experience. Ground Training The course is composed of 125 hours of ground school where the aspirant develop matters like learning processes, pedagogy, instructional techniques and teaching processes in order to transmit the knowledge of aeronautics, both in theory and in practice, maintaining a minimum safety standards and regulations for the different learning processes. Flight Training The phase of flight consist of at least 25 hours of flight taking place in four phases: Visual Phase: 14 hours and 45 minutes Advanced Manoeuvres : 2 hours and 15 minutes Navigation Phase: 8 hours Night flights: 5 hours (optional) The course takes place in the first, third and fourth stage in a basic single-engine airplane and in its second phase in an aerobatic aircraft. Once finalized the theoretical and practical course a skill test for obtaining the Airplane flight instructor license must be done. Requirements Applicants must comply with the following: Being over 18 yo Hold a Commercial Pilot License CPL or a Private Pilot License PPL with the CPL theory done. A minimum flight experience of 200 hours as a Pilot of which 150 will be as Pilot in Command Hold a Medical Certificate Class I or II in accordance with the license Flight Experience: 10 hours of instrument flight instructor in the appropriate aircraft category. 20 hours of flight time as a Pilot in command in VFR cross country in the appropriate aircraft category, including a flight of 540 km (300 NM) with full stop landing at two different aerodromes than the departure aerodrome. 30 hours in single engine piston aircraft of which at least 5 hours will be completed in the last 6 months before the flight test [-]

Instrument Rating (IR) Course

Barcelona Flight School
Campus Full time 12 weeks September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Instrument Rating (IR) Course objective is to achieve the learning requisites of ground school and flight instruction, expertise, and experience required in order to obtain the IR(A) class rating. The student must be a holder of a PPL(A) or CPL(A) license obtained according to Part-FCL... [+]

The Instrument Rating (IR) Course objective is to achieve the learning requisites of ground school and flight instruction, expertise, and experience required in order to obtain the IR(A) class rating. The student must be a holder of a PPL(A) or CPL(A) license obtained according to Part-FCL. At the end of the course, the student must demonstrate the required level of knowledge to exercise the privileges granted to the holder of an IR(A), such as act as PIC of a single-engine or multi-engine aircraft under IFR in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions) down to a Decision Height of 200ft. All ground school must be attended on-site and students must attend a minimum of 75% class sessions of each subject in order to qualify for AESA (Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea) exams. Ground Training Ground training is composed of 215 hours of ground school, and lasts approximately for 12 weeks. The course structure is composed of the following syllabus and study break down by subject: Air Law Navigation and Radio-navigation Meteorology Human Performance VFR & IFR Communications (English) Performance and Flight Planning Aircraft General Knowledge (systems & instrumentation) Local Flight Rules Once the ground school is completed and the internal mandatory validation tests of each subject are successfully met, the student will be presented to the official EASA examination tests that will credit the trainee towards the theoretical knowledge required to obtain an IR rating. Flight Training The Flight phase starts on the third week of the course and last up to the 12th week, and is broken into 2 stages: Basic Instrument Flight: 10 hrs Instrument Flight: 40 hrs The student aspiring to obtain the IR rating in a Single-engine airplane must complete the 50 hrs in one of the following single-engine aircraft types: Cessna C172R G1000 Cessna C172S G1000 Cessna C182T G1000 The student aspiring to obtain the ME-IR rating in a Multi-engine airplane must complete the 50 hrs in one of the following multi-engine aircraft types (or alternatively, if the student already has the ME rating, complete the 50hrs on a single-engine type plus 5 additional hours on a multi-engine type): Tecnam P2006T Piper Aztec PA-27 Cessna C310 Requirements Applicants must comply with: The student must be in possession of a current PPL(A) or CPL(A) license. Pass a Class 1 medical exam (for CPL holders) or Class 2 with auditive requirements equivalent to a Class 1 (for PPL holders) A minimum previous experience or 50 hrs of cross-country flight as PIC Should the student apply for an ME/IR (multiengine/Instrument Rating) must be in possession of a current ME class rating. Be in possession of an ICAO 4 English level (or higher) and pass a JAR 1200 English test. [-]

Modular ATPL(A) Program

Barcelona Flight School
Campus Full time Part time 18 - 24 months September 2017 Spain Barcelona + 1 more

This ATPL program will allow you to obtain an ATPL license step by step, in a modular approach through a series of individual courses and licenses that you can take according to your own schedule and needs. Because you can get credit for previous aeronautical experience that you may have, this program will allow you to tailor your ATPL training to your actual situation, taking advantage of any license you may... [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. This ATPL program will allow you to obtain an ATPL license step by step, in a modular approach through a series of individual courses and licenses that you can take according to your own schedule and needs. Because you can get credit for previous aeronautical experience that you may have, this program will allow you to tailor your ATPL training to your actual situation, taking advantage of any license you may already hold. Because each module or course is independent from the others, and will provide you with an individual license or qualification, you don’t need to take them all at once. Instead, you can set the pace at which you will undertake each module and acquire all the knowledge and experience required to qualify for your ATPL license, which you will obtain once you have completed all the modules. Along the way, you will also obtain all the individual qualifications such as PPL, CPL, ME-IR and MCC, after completing each module. Barcelona Flight School is an authorized centre by the Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea under EASA Part-FCL with the ATO number E-ATO-037 to provide flight training, with over 60 years of experience. Private Pilot License (PPL) To begin your modular ATPL training it is a prerequisite to hold a Pilot license, whether a PPL or a CPL, so, in case you are starting from scratch your first step will be obtaining a Private Pilot License. Once you have the PPL on your belt, you are allowed to progress to the very first step on your ATPL training program. Don’t worry, if you have already a PPL or a CPL, you can bypass this step and even get credit for your actual knowledge and experience. Theoretical ATPL Course Once you have obtained your PPL, you are allowed to begin with your ATPL modular training. Your first step will be to pass the ATPL Theory exams to demonstrate that you have acquired all the required theoretical learning objectives. This course will help you to master all the topics with the assistance of our Theoretical knowledge instructors, and be better prepared to take the EASA tests. However, you are not allowed to progress with any Flight Training until you have passed the 14 theory exams and move on to the next module, so hurry up and study hard! Multiengine Rating (ME) Typically, once you have passed all the ATPL Theory exams and you are allowed to start your Flight Training modules, your next step will be obtaining the Multiengine rating. This course will add a VFR, multiengine class rating to your PPL and prepare you for the upcoming Instrument rating module, because having already the ME will simplify the task of adding the required full ME/IR rating to your track. Instrument Rating (IR) Armed with your Multiengine PPL and the approved ATPL exams, you will move on to do one of the most important modules on your Aviation career, the Instrument Rating (IR). This module will learn you how to fly under IFR and shoot any kind of instrument approach on your airplane. Remember that, since you already passed the ATPL exams, you are not required to take any theory here, just the flight training required to demonstrate your ability in the air. If you already got your ME rating, you will add only 5 hrs of multi-engine IR time to obtain a IR multiengine qualification, to complete your PPL license with the unrestricted ME/IR ratings. Commercial Pilot License (CPL) Next, its time to convert your PPL with ME/IR ratings, to a full Commercial Pilot License with all the attributions of a professional pilot (CPL). This course will let you prove that your flight standards are up to the required qualification for a professional pilot, and will sharpen your skills to a level you could not even dream of before. Abnormal attitudes and basic aerobatic training will help you pass your Commercial test with flying colors. Again, no theory is required since you have already demonstrated your knowledge by passing the ATPL exams, which include all the required CPL topics. At this point, you will earn a Frozen ATPL qualification, that will automatically convert itself to a Full ATPL license once you obtain the required flight experience of 1.500 flight hours total. Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) Being already a fully qualified Commercial Pilot, with your CPL license, Frozen ATPL, and your ME/IR ratings under your belt, you can opt in for many jobs in the Aviation Industry, flying single-pilot certified airplanes. But, if you plan to be type-rated and fly in multi-crew environments (such as in any moder airliner) you will need to demonstrate also your ability to cooperate and work as a team in the cockpit. This course, required in order to obtain a Type Rating in any multi-pilot certified aircraft, will be done in an A320 or Beechcraft King Air simulator, and you will work with another peer pilot to learn how to interact in the cockpit to achieve the level of coordination required for an airline. Flight Instructor (FI) Though this is not a required course, most pilots a this point need to build the required flight experience to convert their Frozen ATPL license into a full, unrestricted ATPL. Getting a Flight Instructor rating and teaching other flight students is one of the best options to do it. The FI rating will allow you to provide flight instruction at any Flight School, log flight hours, and have your first job in aviation while staying connected to the airline market, which usually looks for experienced instructors to join their ranks. If you want to reach the required flight experience in a more timely manner, we can also provide you with attractive hour-building packages, just let us know. Requirements Applicants must comply with the following: Being over 18 years old Being able to pass a Class 1 Pilot Medical Exam Hold a bachelor degree or being able to pass qualifying maths, physics and English exams at the ATO [-]

Integrated ATPL(A) Program

Barcelona Flight School
Campus Full time 55 weeks September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Integrated ATPL(A) Program is an Airline Transport Pilot course completed with an MCC in an Airbus A320 or Beechcraft King Air B200, addressed to those who are real serious about getting an airline job. This program is an ab-initio course addressed to all those future pilots that wish to obtain a CPL (Commercial Pilot License) with the ME (Multi-engine) and IR (Instrument) ratings, along with the... [+]

The Integrated ATPL(A) Program is an Airline Transport Pilot course completed with an MCC in an Airbus A320 or Beechcraft King Air B200, addressed to those who are real serious about getting an airline job. This program is an ab-initio course addressed to all those future pilots that wish to obtain a CPL (Commercial Pilot License) with the ME (Multi-engine) and IR (Instrument) ratings, along with the theoretical knowledge required towards an ATP License. Also within the program, the student will complete the MCC (Multi-crew Coordination) training required to act as an FO (First Officer) in multi-pilot transport category aircraft, essential in order to be employed by an Airline, at our partner facilities. Besides, flight students of the Integrated ATPL Program have exclusive access to a number of options designed to make this course the safest investment, helping you to overcome all the hurdles of aeronautical training while preparing you to be ready for an airline interview in the shortest possible timespan. Intensive support through tutored self-study classes Online learning material Question bank Flight line maximum availability Training in aerobatics Barcelona Flight School is an authorized centre by the Agencia Estatal de Seguridad Aérea under EASA Part-FCL with the ATO number E-ATO-037 to provide flight training, with over 60 years of experience. Ground Training Ground training is composed of 795 hours of ground school, and lasts approximately for 55 weeks including ATP and MCC theory. The course structure is composed of the following syllabus and study break down by subject: Air Law Navigation and Radio-navigation Meteorology Human Performance VFR & IFR Communications (English) Operational Procedures Principles of Flight Performance, Flight Planning and Mass & Balance Aircraft General Knowledge (systems & instrumentation) Local Flight Rules MCC Theory Once the ground school is completed and the internal mandatory validation tests of each subject are successfully met, the student will be presented to the official EASA examination tests that will credit the trainee towards the theoretical knowledge required to obtain an ATP license. Flight Training Students will start to fly approximately after 6 months into the course, and the flight training phase will last until the course ends. Flight training comprises 205 hours of flight instruction and is broken down into 5 phases that go along with the student progression in their education, according the course structure. The future pilot will fly with up to 7 aircraft types, from the most basic 2-seat trainer in the initial training phase, up to an A320 FFS for the MCC phase of the course, each type of single-engine or multi-engine, basic or complex, being the most convenient to help the student successfully cope with each phase of flight as it progresses. MCC Course Towards the end of your training, you are entitled to undertake a Multi-Crew Cooperation Course for up to 20 flight hours in the same Airbus A320 Full Motion Simulator used by Vueling crews for their recurrent training, or in a Beechcraft King Air B200 simulator. This will provide the required experience to fly in a multi-crew environment, which is a pre-requisite for any airline interview. Requirements Applicants must comply with the following: Being over 18 years old Being able to pass a Class 1 Pilot Medical Exam Hold a bachelor degree or being able to pass qualifying maths, physics and English exams at the ATO [-]

Aviation English Course

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

In March 2008 it became a legal requirement for all pilots flying internationally to hold a minimum ICAO level 4 in English. FTEJerez developed a unique testing system and in April [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. In March 2008 it became a legal requirement for all pilots flying internationally to hold a minimum ICAO level 4 in English. FTEJerez developed a unique testing system and in April 2010 became the first organisation to be formally approved by the UK CAA to conduct English Language Proficiency (ELP) testing. As well as being at the forefront of English language testing, FTEJerez has developed an Aviation English course to enable potential cadets to obtain ICAO level 4 standard. Specifically designed for those cadets who have an insufficient level of English, FTEJerez can offer this 11-week Intensive Aviation English course delivered at our campus. Contents Focused Grammar/Structure Vocabulary Pronunciation Aviation Vocabulary Functional English in Aviation context Spelling Role-play Communicative activities Simulations Reading comprehension Listening comprehension Language games Writing Classes will run from 9.00 – 14.00 every day. Everyday means Mon to Fri inclusive; Weekends are free of lessons. Classes will be 4 hours per day in the classroom with occasional 15 minutes breaks. Students will be required to complete homework/worksheets/projects set which cover another 2 hours per day 5 days a week. They will also have the opportunity to sit in on ground school classes later in the course. Each Day after 4 hours of English there will be a combination of the following but necessarily all each day: On-line Grammar and Spelling Exercises Homework Advanced Science Foundation Classes or Sample ATPL subject Lessons i.e. Navigation, General Aircraft Knowledge etc Group Exercises Please note the level of these lessons is below the required ATPL standard and participation on the Intensive English Course does not mean acceptance for the ATPL course or guarantee passing the Pilot Aptitude Test. Please contact our training advisors for further information. [-]

Jet Orientation Course (JOC)

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time 3 - 5 weeks September 2017 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

The aim of this course is to provide advanced training for recently qualified CPL (A) / ME IR (A) licence holders with low hours to an airline entry-level knowledge, handling [+]

The aim of this course is to provide advanced training for recently qualified CPL (A) / ME IR (A) licence holders with low hours to an airline entry-level knowledge, handling and operation of a large Jet-Engine Aeroplane. The JOC meets all the requirements of the EASA Part-FCL MCC course. This course is now included in our Integrated ATPL training and is also available to modular students. We also tailor our JOC to meet specific operational procedures for Partner Airlines that request it. Entry Requirements Before commencing a JOC course an applicant must be the holder of an EASA CPL with a current Multi-Engine IR (A) endorsement, provide copies of their EASA Part-FCL Licence, current Medical and proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable). Course duration 3-5 weeks Training programme JOC conducted in our EASA-STD2 (FNPT II MCC) B737-800W NG simulator: 25 hours of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction 36 hours of Practical Training Fees and payment Using our B737-800W NG Simulator, the course fee is 8,755 € All Prices are valid for courses starting before June 30th, 2015. Should the applicable VAT rate be modified, FTEJerez reserves the right to adjust the price accordingly on the corresponding services. 3 weeks accommodation on campus in single en-suite rooms, all meals included, available at additional cost (1,050 € VAT included). Points to Highlight Each exercise is thoroughly briefed and debriefed. A written report containing debriefed points along with individual assessment criteria performance and overall performance grade is provided to each candidate after every session. Copies can be made available at the end of the course. Two Mock-ups for self-study available on site, one of them being accessible 24/7. A manual containing comprehensive information on Crew Recourse Management (CRM), all Practical Training Exercise contents, and FTEJerez Standard Operating Procedures for the 737-800 is provided. Full use of college recreational facilities. [-]

EASA MCC Training Course (Multi Crew Cooperation)

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time 2 weeks September 2017 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

Before commencing a modular MCC course, applicants must have an IR (A) endorsement in their licence, provide [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. Entry Requirements Before commencing a modular MCC course, applicants must have an IR (A) endorsement in their licence, provide copies of their EASA Part-FCL Licence, current Medical, and proof of English Language Proficiency (if applicable). Course duration 2 weeks Training programme 25 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction 20 hours of simulator training Fees and payment Using our B737-800W NG Simulator, the course fee is 4,886 € 2 weeks accommodation on site, in single en-suite room and with all meals included, available at additional cost (700 €, VAT included) All Prices are valid for courses starting before June 30th, 2015. Should the applicable VAT rate be modified, FTEJerez reserves the right to adjust the price accordingly on the corresponding services. Points to Highlight Each exercise is thoroughly briefed and debriefed. A written report is provided. Two Mock-ups for self-study available onsite, one of them being accessible 24/7. Manual containing comprehensive information on Crew Recourse Management (CRM), all Practical Training Exercise contents and FTEJerez Standard Operating Procedures for the 737-800 is provided. Full use of college recreational facilities. [-]

Combined EASA CPL (A) and IR (A)

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time 12 weeks September 2017 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

The aim of combining back-to-back CPL (A) and IR (A) modular flying training courses is to train PPL (A) holders to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a CPL (A) [+]

Aim of the Course The aim of combining back-to-back CPL (A) and IR (A) modular flying training courses is to train PPL (A) holders to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a CPL (A), a Multi-Engine Piston Airplanes (Land) Class Rating and IR (A), enabling them to operate for hire and reward under instrument flight rules and in instrument meteorological conditions. The course we are going to offer will result in the issue of the MEP class rating, the instrument rating and the CPL. The FTEJerez course consists of the basic instrument flight module of the IR, the procedural instrument flight module of the IR, the MEP class rating and the CPL itself. Entry Requirements Before commencing a modular CPL (A) and IR (A) Training Course an applicant shall: Be the holder of a PPL (A), to include a night rating, issued in accordance with ICAO Annex 1. EASA FRTOL, but this can be completed at FTEJerez. Have completed 157 hours flight time as a pilot of which 100 hours must be as PIC. Have completed 300nm qualifying cross country flight. Have completed the 5 hours night flying requirement including the 5 solo night take offs and landings. Have passed the EASA theoretical knowledge examinations for CPL (A) and IR (A), or ATPL (A). If the theory examinations were completed under any authority except the UK CAA, they must be accredited by the UK Authority before commencing the course. Class 1 Medical certificate. Proof of ELP level certification (certificate or it could be a licence entry). Training Programme 10 hours Piper Warrior II. 35.5 hours Piper Seneca III (including 2.5 hours for the CPL (A) skill test / Multi-Engine Piston Airplanes (Land) (MEP) Class Rating test and 2 hours for the IR (A) skill test). 42.5 hours Piper Seneca III based FNPT2 STD training. Computer Based Training plus briefs. All flying training is dual instruction. Course includes 7 hours mandatory theory training for the Multi-Engine Piston(MEP) Class Rating theoretical knowledge examination. Course duration 12 weeks depending on the cadet’s hours and experience. Fees and Payment Course fee available on request. CAA licence issue and test fees not included. Single-use en-suite accommodation on site and meals available at additional cost. Please contact our training advisors for further information, syllabus and price details. [-]

Airline First Officer Programme: Integrated ATPL

Flight Training Europe (FTEJerez)
Campus Full time 15 months September 2017 Spain Jerez de la Frontera

From our fantastic campus located in Southern Spain, FTEJerez offers the renowned Airline First Officer Programme (AFOP): a residential and integrated course taking students with little [+]

Best Courses in Aviation in Spain 2017. From our fantastic campus located in Southern Spain, FTEJerez offers the renowned Airline First Officer Programme (AFOP): a residential and integrated course taking students with little or no previous flying experience to the beginning of a career as an airline pilot in approximately 15 months. After successful completion of the course, cadets are issued with an EASA frozen ATPL. This licence allows you to work as a First Officer with an airline and, in time, become a captain. In addition to the ATPL training, you will also be given instruction in other key areas not covered by the EASA syllabus, such as Assertiveness, Flight Deck Management and Threat & Error Management, that will become a second nature to you. The AFOP will not only help to start your airline career with flying colours, but offer a lifelong skillset that is unique in the market and will make you stand out during your entire career. Other highlights of the AFOP are: An average intake of 14 students per course, enabling FTEJerez to deliver very personal attention to the individual needs of each student. Courses commencing each month, allowing flexibility of choice. All training and accommodation consolidated in one site: a purpose-built campus in the vicinity of the Jerez International Airport, Spain. Over 300 days of sunshine per year. Dedicated welfare officers assisting with medical, personal and visa issues. All flying hours under EASA airspace and from/to international airports (Jerez, Malaga, Seville, Faro…) Ground School instructors with a combined experience of over 50,000 flying hours and lecturing in no more than 3 subjects each. Experienced Flying Instructors and MCC/JOC delivered by former Airline Training Captains. Dedicated Career Development Service, assisting each and every FTEJerez graduate that has passed the AFOP successfully, in finding that all-important first flying job. Entry Requirements Age: A minimum of 17½ years at the point of applying and at least 18 years of age to commence training at FTEJerez. Academics: A minimum of five GCSE passes at level C or above (or international equivalents) including English, Mathematics, and at least one science subject is necessary. Although not essential, Physics is highly desirable. English: All training is delivered in English. Sufficient written and oral English language is a prerequisite. FTEJerez will assess a cadet’s level of English as part of the selection process to ensure that students have the required standard for all elements of flight training. Intensive Aviation English Courses are also available at FTEJerez for those students who might require them. Medical: Candidates must be in good health and able to achieve the standard required for the EASA Class 1 medical examination. Enrolment Airline Captains of tomorrow require a unique skill-set, which is a combination of excellent technical skills, good airmanship and managerial talent. Our pilot assessment is designed to discover your airline captaincy potential and to see if you have the talent and motivation to become an FTEJerez cadet. Our assessments are free of charge and take place during our ‘First Step to the Flight Deck’ events that are held once a month. You will only have to pay for accommodation on site for a nominal charge. During two days, experienced senior staff will assess your performance and after this event you will discover: If a career as a pilot is really for you. What life as a professional pilot cadet is all about. If you have the right aptitude to succeed during your training. What job opportunities could be available for you once you graduate from FTEJerez. During your assessments you will experience what life as an FTEJerez cadet is all about and as part of the scheduled activities you will have the opportunity to try your hand on our B737-800 Simulator. Contact us to submit your application online and visit FTEJerez for assessments. [-]